Truly Hard Seltzer has launched a travel giveaway initiative to benefit essential workers.
The app is expected to undergo a three-month trial at the Albany airport before a brainstorming session on how to improve it or expand its scope.
A U.S.-China agreement allows both countries to operate more than 100 weekly flights between the two nations
Chinese airlines will need 8,600 new airplanes through 2039, 6.3% higher than Boeing's previous prediction
An inaugural "travel bubble" will be launched later this month between Hong Kong and Singapore to reestablish travel links amid the coronavirus pandemic, officials announced on Wednesday.?
Some people don't expect to travel for work until the middle of next year.
The Federal Aviation Administration’s move to lift the MAX fleet’s grounding, expected to be promptly followed by regulators in Canada, Brazil, Europe and elsewhere, follows extensive delays and public debate that roiled the industry and plunged Boeing into its biggest financial crisis prior to the pandemic.
"We expect that this process will be finished in the?coming days, once the agency is satisfied that Boeing has addressed the safety issues that played a role in the tragic loss of 346 lives aboard?Lion Air Flight 610?and Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302," ?FAA Administrator Steve Dickson told FOX Business in a statement. "The FAA continues to engage with aviation authorities around the world as they prepare to validate our certification decision."
Pandemic-hit Norwegian Air faces a battle for survival this winter, it said on Monday after the country’s government declared that it will not provide additional financial support for the cash-strapped carrier.
A year ago, the World Trade Organization authorized the United States to slap penalties on EU goods worth up to $7.5 billion - including Gouda cheese, single-malt whiskey and French wine - over European support for Boeing rival Airbus.
A man has agreed to pay?Delta Air Lines?$1 million in restitution by Jan. 27, 2021, after admitting to trafficking computer passwords associated with the carrier’s SkyBonus program.
Airlines are resorting to a new tactic in navigating?the pandemic-inspired collapse in travel: They are giving seats away.
The dispute, if not resolved, could have dire consequences for KLM, which employs some 30,000 people
Delta Air Lines and the union that represents its pilots have reached a preliminary deal to avoid furloughs through Jan. 1, 2022.?
Researchers say that the "ventilation of air on aircraft reduces the possibility of exposure to COVID-19, lower than other common settings?such as a grocery store or indoor restaurant."
Robin Hayes, the CEO of JetBlue Airways, says the carrier will continue blocking middle seats at least until the first quarter of next year, citing the importance of “customer perception” amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
General Electric Co.?on Wednesday unexpectedly reported a quarterly profit and a positive cash flow on the back of cost cuts and improvements in its power and renewable energy businesses, sending its shares 10% higher.
Boeing Co. reported a fourth straight quarterly loss and warned employees of job cuts?as the coronavirus pandemic and grounding of the 737 Max aircraft weighed on sales.
The?Delta-WestJet joint venture would have a combined 27% share of scheduled air carrier transborder capacity
The airline is running less than 30% of its normal domestic capacity due to border closures